Two legendary champions

Ivan Lendl and Pat Cash will coach the two five-player teams

Ivan Lendl

VS

Pat Cash

1978

TURNED PRO

1982

N.1 (270 weeks)

HIGHEST ATP RANKING

N.4

94

ATP TITLES - SINGLES

6

6

ATP TITLES - DOUBLES

11

Andy Murray, Alexander Zverev

COACHING CAREER

Greg Rusedski, Mark Philippousis, Coco Vandeweghe, Alexei Popyrin, Brandon Nakashima, Wang Qiang

Ivan has changed the tennis world, by demonstrating how to work hard with purpose and a "never give up" mentality can be the perfect combination to succeed. His legendary forehands and baseline shots are still looked up by tennis players.

BIO

Pat’s skills and talent brought serves and volleys to another level, his net game was absolutely iconic. Formidable tennis player but also a superb coach. He has always been loved by the audience, especially when he climbed into the crowd after winning Wimbledon.

“We are all born winners. The winning mentality will never disappear. This new series brings out the best in me from my career as a player”

QUOTE

“Persistence is the quality of winners. Successful people never never give up. Legends Team Cup gets me in the mode again!”

The iconic superstars

All players have been ranked Top 8 in the world, all of them hungry to keep playing at the very top of their game.

Lleyton Hewitt

Nationality: Australian
ATP titles: 30
Grand Slam titles: 2
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 1

Nationality: Australian
ATP titles: 30
Grand Slam titles: 2
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 1

Holder of 30 singles and 3 doubles ATP Titles, World n. 1

Lleyton Hewitt began to demonstrate that he has what it takes to be a Champion since an early age. Firstly, by capturing the first ATP title at the age of 16 years old and shortly after by becoming the youngest male player ever to be awarded World No.1. Lleyton’s game is made of accurate shot selection, responsiveness and always letting his opponent play an extra ball - even when it seems impossible.

Tommy Haas

Nationality: German
ATP titles: 15
Olympic finals: 1
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 2

Nationality: German
ATP titles: 15
Olympic finals: 1
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 2

Holder of 15 singles and 1 double ATP Titles, World n. 2

When naming backhands, the association with Tommy Haas comes naturally. He didn’t just have an exceptional backhand, but he was able to combine a variety of shots during the game, even in almost impossible situations. His energy, positive attitude and tenacity lead him to be a legendary tennis superstar. Tommy is also Tournament Director of the ATP Tour Masters 1000 tournament in Indian Wells.

Tomas Berdych

Nationality: Czech
ATP titles: 13
Grand Slam finals: 1
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 4

Nationality: Czech
ATP titles: 13
Grand Slam finals: 1
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 4

Holder of 13 singles and 2 doubles ATP Titles, World n. 4

Effortless power, consistency, composure under pressure and clean shots, Tomáš Berdych is this and much more. His time management, consistency and resilience have always been appreciated not only by other tennis champions but the audience too - which happens only to iconic players.

Juan Carlos Ferrero

Nationality: Spanish
ATP titles: 16
Grand Slam Wins: 1
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 1

Nationality: Spanish
ATP titles: 16
Grand Slam Wins: 1
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 1

Holder of 16 singles ATP Titles, World No. 1

Over the years, Juan Carlos Ferrero earned the moniker "Mosquito" for his ability to run around the court while patiently waiting for the perfect moment to strike the winning shot. Ferrero is a humble tennis superstar, he never boasted about his greatness despite being World No. 1, he preferred to let his tennis and skills do the talking.

David Ferrer

Nationality: Spanish
ATP titles: 27
Davis Cup titles: 3
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 3

Nationality: Spanish
ATP titles: 27
Davis Cup titles: 3
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 3

Holder of 27 singles and 2 doubles ATP Titles, World no. 3

Acknowledged as a true resilient fighter, David Ferrer plays every point like it's his last. His determination and strive to success made him work hard to be a better player every single day. David is the proof that if one is committed, passionate and dedicated, then no goal is too far to be reached.

Radek Stepanek

Nationality: Czech
ATP titles: 23
Davis Cup titles: 2
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 8

Nationality: Czech
ATP titles: 15
Davis Cup titles: 2
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 8

Holder of 5 singles and 18 doubles ATP Titles, World n. 8

Radek Štěpanek proved several times what a great fighter he is. His quickness around the court, his concentration, tactical competence, readiness to fight back and to not miss any winning opportunities has left the crowd speechless. Radek is a real lion and his passion fully captivates the audience.

Tommy Robredo

Nationality: Spanish
ATP titles: 12
Davis Cup titles: 3
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 5

Nationality: Spanish
ATP titles: 12
Davis Cup titles: 3
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 5

Holder of 12 singles and 5 doubles ATP Titles, World n. 5

Tommy is a very talented player, his excellent footwork combined with his ability to play all-court make him an opponent not to be underestimated. Thanks to these strengths and consistent work, Tommy Robredo has achieved major titles and remarkable achievements, a true example of a tennis superstar.

Marcos Baghdatis

Nationality: Cypriot
ATP Titles - Singles: 4
ATP Titles - Doubles: 1
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 5

Nationality: Cypriot
ATP Titles - Singles: 4
ATP Titles - Doubles: 1
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 5

Holder of 4 singles and 1 double ATP Titles, World n. 8

Marcos Baghdatis strengths lies in being an exceptional baseliner, with an innate ability to slap his forehand exactly where he wanted, and take his backhand up the line at the perfect moment. Despite several injuries he never gave up, actually it was exactly this situation that motivated him to work even harder. When you think of Marcos Baghdatis you can not help but think of the energy and positivity that he is able to bring in and out of the court.

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

Nationality: French
ATP titles: 18
Olympic finals: 1
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 5

Nationality: French
ATP titles: 18
Olympic finals: 1
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 5

Holder of 18 singles and 4 doubles ATP Titles, World n. 5

With a charismatic personality, a powerful forehand and an iconic “victory-dance”, Jo-Wilfried has built a legacy in the tennis industry and inspired so many new young athletes. The French player is also one of the few to have beaten the Big Three, consisting of Nadal, Djokovic and Federer when they were World No. 1.

David Nalbandian

Nationality: Argentinian
ATP titles: 11
Wimbledon finals: 1
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 3

Nationality: Argentinian
ATP titles: 11
Wimbledon finals: 1
Highest ATP Ranking: No. 3

Holder of 11 singles ATP Titles, World n. 3

Most tennis fans might remember the incredible sharpness, accuracy and responsiveness of Nalbandian. David’s trademark game is made of anticipation, speed and ability to end points at the net and on the line, leaving the opponent unable to return the ball as well as shocked by the skill of this player.